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Youtube Porn and IP Tracking...

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by Cindy, May 21, 2008.

  1. Cindy

    Cindy Power Member

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    Hi, I'm wondering if anyone know's if youtube tracks (or flags) IP's to screen their videos? The reason I ask is that I post "sexy" vids on youtube (not nude, they comply with their terms as far as I know), yet my videos are getting deleted while other people's videos are lasting months on youtube.

    1 - I DO NOT use the words "porn sex f*ck, etc." in the title OR tags.

    2 - I made sure the filenames don't contain any of these words.

    3 - I put NO LINK in the descriptions.

    4 - I made title's like "Hot Mature woman likes guy" rather then "Hot Mature Woman Seduces Teen Guy" (Avoiding the words teen, lesbian, kissing, etc.)

    I've seen TONS of videos on youtube that violate ALL of the above points that are still on youtube months later. Yet my last "sexy" account was banned before I had even finished uploading the videos! So why are my videos being deleted? Are they tracking my IP and previewing my videos as soon as I upload? WTF? Please Help!

    Thank you!
     
  2. TheInternetHustler

    TheInternetHustler Regular Member

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    I have uploaded videos with all of those keywords and some of the video are still up even with 30K veiws on a couple of them. Try making a lot of accounts and just uploading a couple "sexy" videos to each. That works for me
     
  3. Cindy

    Cindy Power Member

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    Thanks Internethustler, but that's what I was doing at first. I was uploading one video per account and they were all getting deleted fast, so I started using the multi uploader and trying not to use keywords that would being easy for them to flag.

    Any other thoughts people?...